Collectively lends a bridging mortgage in 36 hours


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Collectively has agreed a bridging mortgage in 36 hours to assist a buyer renovate his new residence and pay a solicitor’s invoice.

This was after the client was hit with an sudden three-month delay on the sale of his home.

Collectively agreed a 12-month short-term mortgage of £54,490 to bridge the hole whereas his home sale accomplished.

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Nick Jones (pictured), head of specialist distribution at Collectively, mentioned: “This type of case demonstrates how we are able to work carefully with a dealer to tug out all of the stops once we are up in opposition to time.

“The Mortgage Partnership submitted the case to us at 7am on a Tuesday and it was so properly packaged that we had been capable of full the method and full by 12pm on the Wednesday.

“We labored rapidly and effectively with the trusted companion to supply quick finance and ship a constructive consequence for the client.”

The case was delivered to Collectively by The Mortgage Partnership, a member of the Collectively+ initiative.

Andy Pelley, director at The Mortgage Partnership, mentioned: “Collectively has a status as a lender that delivers an distinctive service underneath strain and timescales.

“Our expertise with the lender, developed over a few years, meant we had been capable of package deal and submit the appliance in a single day to make sure no time was misplaced.

“We all know Collectively’s functionality to show purposes round in a brief area of time and are delighted with the seamless collaboration between ourselves and the lender.”